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      March 29, 2012

      Thursday   3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

      7401 164th Avenue Northeast
      Redmond, Washington 98052

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      Building Requirements for Continuous Delivery

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      Building Requirements for Continuous Delivery

      Intended Audience: Software Technology Management Professionals


      3:00 PM - Doors Open! Social Mixer with Appetizers and Beverages

      3:30 PM - Presentation

      4:30 PM - Open Discussion, Coffee & Appetizers


      Building Requirements for Continuous Delivery refers to the process of creating requirements that result in the release of high quality software: software that is developed quickly and with confidence. If you find yourself releasing features or products that miss the mark after months of work or are difficult to push to production, this is the presentation for you.

      In this presentation, we will examine current industry standard requirements & product backlogs. We will discuss how to achieve high quality Agile requirements. We'll also discuss strategies for sizing stories appropriately with the focus on keeping your product whole during development, and how to involve the extended team in estimation properly. Other covered topics include:

      • Involving UI, UX and Design
      • Minimum Shippable Features
      • Electronic Tools
      • Estimation
      • Done & Done Done
      This seminar is part of series on Continuous Delivery. Continuous Delivery refers to the process of releasing high quality software quickly and with confidence through the use of build, test and deployment automation. By applying Lean techniques to the development, test and deployment of software, waste is reduced and staff are freed up to work on more important tasks. By following a continuous delivery model, release cycles shift from a matter of months to weeks or days. Key to continuous delivery is the application of tools and processes involved in transitioning from a manual culture to one that embraces automation.


      Elise Shapiro, ScrumMaster/Technical Project Manager, Dynacron Group

      Elise Shapiro has been an IT professional for over 13 years, with 8 years of project and program management experience. She is a Certified Scrum Professional, and an experienced ScrumMaster and Product Owner. As a Technical Program Manager and ScrumMaster, she has guided product development, custom integrations, and infrastructure projects while leading transitions to agile methodologies including Scrum and eXtreme Programing.

      Will Iverson, CTO, Dynacron Group

      Will Iverson has written four books on software development, with work experience including Apple and Symantec. Prior clients include Sun, BEA, Canal+, at&t, T-Mobile, and Microsoft. For more information about Will, see the Dynacron Group website.

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